The Austin Daily Herald from Austin, Minnesota on December 9, 1958 · Page 2
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J-AUSTIN (.Minn 1 HfftAID Off 0. 19' VITAL STATISTICS Birthi At St. OtAF HOSTltAt, Mr. «wj Mrs. Alfred Schmidt, Detter, *ofl, tx*. «. Mf. ««d Mrs. Bernard Reagan, C«k, daughter, Dec. 9. OUTSIDE OF AUSTIN Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lindcrman, LeRoy, «m, Dec. 6, at Community Hospital, Rlceville. Deaths WILLIAM HAENSCW William Haensch, about 62, died St. Olaf Church, Mrs. Gaylen Jen sen and'L.C.R., Mrs. L. C. Ploy hart and school room, Dr. Lorn- men, Jr., nurses, nurses aids on first floor and Circle No, 1. Also, thanks to the ambulance drivers, doctors, nurses and Sisters at 'St. Marys Hospital in Rochester. Sharon Kay Nelson. I wish to thank my friends for the flowers, cards and good wish es. I Also wish to thank Dr. Fetzek priests of St. Augustine and Queen of Angels, nurses and nurses aids for their kindness during my stay Tt Mf>U 1ft-?il a.m. ••• Two milM north of Rrnwnsdale to St. Olnf Hospital Municipal Court Charles W. Chesrown, 8103 Shel don, driving too fast for conditions, $15 or IS days. Lowell A. Brekke, 902 N. Kenwood, driving 70 mph in a 30- mile sone, plead innocent, found guilty and fined $40 or 40 days. Rodney G. Kinney, 2106 Sheldon, driving too close to fire truck, pleaded innocent. Trial is Friday at 9 a.m. Roy H. Lamaach, 1201 Nicholsen, careless driving, $25. Hillier, Former Legislator, Leads a Busy Life at 86 BROWNSDALE, Minn. - ff. B. Hillier, former state representative from Mower County, marked the 50th anniversary 6f fils moving to Red Rock Township by doing his own housework. At 86, Hillier does his own cooking, laundry, ironing and cleaning — and he likes It. suddenly of a heart ailment at at the hospital. A special thanks to his home in Denver, Monday. A resident of Austin until about two years ago, he operated the Maple Bar on Maple street and later Bill .and Tillie's Tavern on North Railway street. He is survived by his wife, a daughter. Beverly, and a son, William. Funerals SMITH — Funeral services for Andrew Smith, Geneva, Minn., will be held at it p.m. Wednesday at the Geneva Methodist Church, the Rev. Charles Burnham officiating. Interment will be in Geneva Cemetery. Card of Thanks I wish to thank all the people who sent cards, gifts, flowers and visits while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Thanks to Dr. Da vid Anderson, nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies. Your kindness will always be remembered. Mrs. Paul Goergen. I sincerely wish to thank all my neighbors, friends and relatives for prayers, visits, cards, gifts and flowers while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Thanks to Pastor James Braaten, Marion Johnson, Marion Knutsen, Mr. Orin Prestegaard, the Sunday School o! my good neighbors who took time out from their work to do my field work. Thank you all very much. Ed Merten. My sincere thanks to all for the gifts, flowers and cards I received while a patient at Worrell Hospital, Rochester. Your kindnesses were all greatly appreciated. Mrs. Ralph E. Bradford. I wish to thank my relatives, friends and neighbors for prayers, visits, cards, flowers and gifts sent me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. Special thanks to the priests of St. Augustine and Queen of Angels, Legion of Mary, Rosary Society, Drs. Sheedy and Harold Anderson, second floor nurses, nurses aids and Gray Ladies. Your kindnesses will always be remembered. William Griffin. I wish to thank all my friends and relatives for the many kindnesses shown me while I was a patient at St. Olaf Hospital. A sp& cial thanks to Dr. Seery, purses Nurses Aids and Gray Lai Le Roy Ankeny. "I like to keep busy," Hillier Robert Rice, 302 N. Fourth.! said. "I washed the basement floor this afternoon, so I don't lave to do it Monday when 1 ash." Hillier started keeping house for mself a few weeks ago when s sister-in-law, Nellie Bacon, ent to stay with Hillier's son, tanley, near Excelsior. Hillier had running a red light, $10. Bonita Ann Plants Ames, 304V4 S. River, driving 40 mph in a 30-mile zone, $15. Roger L. Blaker, Emerson. Nebr., driving 65 mph in a 55- mile zone, forfeit $15. Mazzella L. Blanchard, Wai- Waltham, failing to yield the right of way, $15. Clyde E. DeWitt, Fairmont, no chauffeur's license, $15. Emmett C. Gerner, Chilton, Wis., driving 70 mph in a 55-mile zone, forfeit $15. Russell L. Hahn, Dexter, driving 36 mph in a 30-mile zone, $15. Nurs. idles. Ambulance Runs MONDAY 3:10 p.m. — 305 Nassau to St. Olaf Hospital. % a party. ..when you serve... f" /\ *\ U J J ICE CREAM CHRISTMAS TREES onattandl i«*f»r Dofry Product* Nordean D. Halseth, Albert Lea, drunken driving, 90 days. Nels W. Lee, Dexter, no rear light, $15. Herman S. Mizisen, Minneapolis, driving 65 mph in a 55-mile zone, forfeited $15. Frank H. Placek Jr., 502 Center, improper passing, $15. Donald F. Small, Fairmont driving 65 mph in a 55-mile zone forfeited $15. Thomas A. Stevens, 602 W. Win na, driving 38 mph in a 30-mile bne, $15. Members OK Church Wing HAYFIELD, Minn. -Construe tion of a Christian education wing costing between $25,000 and $30,OOC was approved Sunday by the Firs Presbyterian Church membership The expansion would be from the southwest corner of the brie] and stucco church built in 1929 The two-story addition, with base ment, calls for classroomc. miet ing rooms, choir room and nur sery facilities. It was designed b a Rochester architect. The 97 members voting author ized the nine-member board o trustees to conduct a financial can vass of the membership and ac as a governing committee. Follow ing the canvass, final plans wi be drafted for approval. Serving on the building commit tee are Lloyd Kruger, chairman Mrs. W. R. Zacherson, treasurer and Mrs. Robert Thompson, Don avan Kramer, Melborne Living ton, Mrs. Gerald Brace, G. R. Su therland, Orville Jacboson and Vi tor Branch, all trustees. 01 h e members representing the W men's Assn., the Men's Club, Sun day school teachers and yout] groups will be added, the Rev George Kluber, pastor, said. made his home with her since mov ig to town two year ago. Cooked for Hired Men "I kept house once on the farm hen Mrs. Hillier was away," he ecalled. "I had two hired men o cook for in those days, now here is no one to help me eat my cooking." Hillier moved to the farm south f Brownsdale in 1908 from Wis- onsin. Things changed quite a bit from he day I started to the day I old out," he observed. Sold Both Farms Hillier had two farms when he etired, one of 160 acres and one 30 acres. He sold the larger farm n 1945 and the smaller in 1956. "Horse power was the thing when I farmed," Hillier said. "I had six horses when I started and had as many as eight on both farms. There were still five horses n the barn when I sold out." Hillier waited until 1937 to purchase his first tractor, although he drove his first car, a Buick, n 1914 and bought his first pickup truck in 1923. "The first tractors and rucks weren't so good," he said, ''but they learned to make them better. Now everyone has two or three tractors." . WASHINGTON (AP) - Secretary of State John Foster Dulles' physicians hope to clear up his intestinal inflammation without surgery. The 71-year-old secretary has Doctors Hope RWC"""° to OK Dulles Minus Surgery ive been in the Army's Walter Reed Hospital since Friday night. The State Department reports he is making recovery progress. Dulles' condition has been diagnosed as divertlculiUs— a painful stretching of a weak spot in the lower intestine. To ease the inflammation, he has been put on a 1>land diet. He is also being treat' ed with antiseptic washes. Tills treatment frequently is all that is needed. However, if the Inflammation does not respond to treatment, an operation sometimes is decided upon. The physicians say Dulles' Illness is not cancerous and is not related to the cancer which necessitated , removal of a section of his small intestine two years ago. State Department aides said they are confident Dulles will be discharged in time to leave this "I always raised hogs," Hillier said. He exhibited his cross-bred barrows at the Minnesota State Fair and in Austin. He also had a purebred Jersey dairy herd and was active in the breed association. Sold Hoist First Calf "Harvey Hoist came out to my farm as a boy and purchased his first calf," Hillier recalled. "He started his,' erd from my stock." Hillier received the Master Farmer ward in 1926 by the Farmer Magazine. He was the first in the county to receive it. Later recipients were John Schottler and James Aultfather. "I guess Lieb (the late County Agent F. L. Liebenstein) kicked me into that one," Hillier remarked. The county agent and Hillier were good friends, through Hillier's Farm Bureau work. The bureau sponsored the extension service in the county and had to maintain 200 family memberships to qualify. "We drove a lot of miles in horse and buggy signing up those EDSEL Edsel Ranger S-door sedan Makes history by making sense! Check the new official price labels for Edsel's new, low prices The new law says that every ear must have a label •bowing the manufacturer's suggested retail price— and Edael Dealers are even happier about it than the public! Bec*u*e EdseJ prices didn't go up this year— i**> wnl dovn! The 1959 Edsel U now priced with the «0Mt popular three-'&oA the price labels prove it! Bdatl'a four new bi«h**fficieucy engines prove sorae- thjtag else Important-real gae economy. They include a thrifty six with a great test-track record—and a new, economy V-8 that uses regular gasoline! Edsel's new size makes sense, too. Six-passenger room inside-teas length outside. And less useless car weight. So it's much easier to handle than long, bulky cars. Try the car that's proud to wear its price—proud to prove it makes sense! See your Edsel Dealer! EDSEL DIVISION • FORD MOTOR COMPANY Now priced with the most popular three! 200 families," Hillier said. He was a charter member and organizer of the county organization and served as president from 1930-34. Hillier resigned "to let someone else to have a chance'' and was succeeded by B. J. Huseby, president for 20 years. Hillier served as chairman of the county extension committee and with Andy Jensen, secretary, made the decision to hire the first home agent. "We called several committee meetings, but no one came," Hillier said,, "pnd the decision had to be made. Jensen and I thought it Was a good thing. And I am kinda pleased the way it turned out." 'Creamery President Hillier served as president of the Brownsdale Creamery Assn. for 31 years, re-elected without opposition each time. He stepped down from the board when the association undertook a moderniza- Co-op Slated for REA Loan Partial financing of a proposed million - dollar expansion of the Freeborn-Mower Cooperative Light and Powjr Assn. was approved Monday afternoon oy the Rural Electrification Administration. Arvid Waller, association manager, said the REA had approved a $490,000 loan for general system improvement and installation of 20 miles of new line to serve 130 new patrons. "These new patrons live in the expanding areas the cooperative serves," Waller explained, "and are part of the general growth of the system." Most of the REA loan will finance general system improvements — installation of heavier distribution lines, expansion of substation capacities and heavier services to the farm. The association's long-range study showed a doubling of the current demand in the next 10 years and a million dollar expansion which must be completed by 1970, H. B. HILLIER tion program at the creamery. ST. PAUL (AP) - The Minnesota Raflfotd and Warehouse Coftimlsstdfc he« authorized its secretary, QTlvtf Ossanna, to appear as a pfbtistant Wednesday at an Interstate Commerce Commission hearing In Albert Lea. An ICC representative will hear the M & St. L Railroad's application to discontinue passenger trains three and four between Minneapolis and Des Molnes. Minnesota ; communities served by the trains Include Hopkins, New Prague, Montgomery, Was* ca and New Rlchland, 5 Postal Clerks * • Hurt in Crash MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Five Minneapolis postal clerks were Injured, one critically, when their car was struck by another auto and crashed into i store front. Gilbert Syverson, 28, was hos pitallzed in critical condition with a crushed chest. The four others were treated for bruises. Police said a car driven by John Hogenson, 62, Minneapolis, wen through a red stop light at a south Waller said. More than half of this will be financed out of reserves and operating funds. This is the normal load growth for an electric system, Waller said. Although REA has approved the loan, payment will not be made until completion of approved work orders, which means the initial expense is borne by the operating funds and then reimbursed from the loan account. The association has borrowed $2.835 million from REA, not in eluding the $490,000 approved Monday, of which $1.17 millions are outstanding. Advance payments on earlier loans total $496,000, more than the new loan committment. 4 Skating Rinks to Open Wednesday East Side Lake, Kaufman, State Park and Lagoon skating rinks will officially open Wednesday afternoon for supervised skating with warming houses. Twelve neighborhood rinks with no supervision will be ready for skating as soon as they can be cleared and flooded. Skating hours on the supervised rinks are as follows: Monday through Friday 3 to 5:30 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday, 1 to 5:30 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Sundays and Holidays, 2 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. The dip into politics came in 1938 when Hillier gave into the urging of friends who said, "Why don't you run for representative." He filed on the last day in 1938, led a field of six in the primary and defeated incumbent Reed Chaffee in the general election. Hillier was re-elected in 1940 and 1942 and didn't run when Tom Dunlap was elected. "Serving in the state house was nice, but there was a lot of wangle to it," Hillier said. Since then Hillier has maintained his active interest -in politics, has definite views on the farm programs (he is opposed to production controls), and reads two daily papers. He also watches evening television, and likes to drive around the county visiting old friends. "I just like to keep busy, that's all," he said. Jaycee Speak-Up Program Outlined Stan Classen, St. Paul, state chairman of the Speak-Up Jaycee program, met with members of the Austin Jaycees Speak-Up program at the Sterling State Bank Community Room Monday. He outlined the aims of the state program and contest and then the Austin group decided to enter the local winner in the state contest, in Duluth next May. At the session Monday, Orvis Anderson was master of ceremonies and there were eight speeches and eight evaluations. Roger Larson and Don LaValley are cochairmen of "Speak Up Jaycee." Bible College Trio Sings at London LONDON, Minn. — A trio from the Minnesota Bible College of Mineapolis sang at the London Church of Christ Youth Fellowship's gospel hour Sunday. The Rev. Edgar Bowers spoke. Lunch was served by Barbara Lerud, Mary Anne Copp and Jeanette Schrank to guests from Myrtle, Lyle, Austin and Oakland. weekend for conferences he has scheduled in Paris on Berlin and Atlantic Pact defense problems. Austin Students in St. Teresa Orchestra WINONA, — Miss Kay Bloomfield, sophomore, and Miss Jeanne Leighton, freshman at the College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn., will play the cello and Miss Kathleen Leighton, sophomore, will play the violin in the Teresan Orchestra's first concert of the year at a general convocation Thursday. The orchestra is directed by Sister M. Ancille, O. S. F. Miss Bloomfield is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bloomfield, 705 N. Third, and the Misses Leighton are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leighton, 600 S. Fifth. All are graduates of Pacelli High School. Miss Bloomfield and Miss Kathleen Leighton also will participate in the traditional holiday concert as part of the Teresan Ensemble. Brotherhood at Toeterville Elects TOETERVILLE, Iowa — Kenny Dean Zuehl was elected secretary- treasurer of the St. Peter's Lutheran Church Brotherhood. Other officers' terms continued. The Rev. William Karnke spoke on "the "Twelve Apostles." Hosts were Zuehl, Albert Bruggeman Jr. and Arleigh Geffert. Shrine Band Party for Wives Tonight Wives will be guests at the sec cond annual party in their honor to be given by the Shrine Oriental Band. A social hour will proceed the dinner Tuesday night at the Rose Room. Each band member wil bring a Christmas gift for the wife of another member. side intersection early today and struck the postmen's car, a Re nault driven by Floyd Scharle mann, 22. The Renault caromei into the Franklin Cafe, causini an estimated $300 damage to th doorway. The car was wrecked. Police said Hogenson was jaile for careless driving. Gas Poisoning Kills Mother, 5 Children NAGOYA, Japan (AP) - Mrs Funico Tanizawa and her fiv children, aged 1 to 11, were found dead from gas poisoning in their home Monday night. Effect of Gas Rate Increase » is Unknown % WASHINGTON (AP) - Wh& ffect the Supreme Court's de* ion on gas rate increases wtfl ave on the ultimate consumer is nknown, the Federal Power Coin- mission said today. But a spokesman added Ufat nder the ruling, handed dowtr Monday, the method the PPC has. sed since 1948 in handling pro* »sed natural gas rate hikes will e unchanged. The court upheld the procedure under which interstate 1 pipeline Companies may make Increase* iffectlve six months after they are filed, subject to final FPC approval and refund of any amourtts lisallowed. Now the commission will ultimately decide whether the Increases are justified in full or in part. But the commission's jurisdiction extends only to interstate pipeline companies. Some of the customer companies are also interstate in operation but most are ntrastate and subject to regula- ;ion of state authorities instead of the federal agency. What happens within individual s(ates is in the hands of the state regulatory agencies. Woman Prankster Sought in Superior SUPERIOR, Wis. (AP) -Officials here today were seeking clues to a feminine prankster who kept emergency vehicles in a tizzy Monday night with a series of false calls. The phoner had police squad cars, ambulances and fire rigs, running to various addresses for non-existent fires, accidents and shootings. Stan Pickett Shows Slides at Ramsey Stan Pickett, Austin High School senior, who spent last summer in Germany under the American Field Service Program, spoke and showed slides to the Ramsey 4-H Trinity Juniors Hear 'Stewardship' Talk LYLE, Minn. — The Rev. Gordon Rasmussen, Northfield, spoke on "Stewardship" to the Junior High League of Trinity Lutheran Parish, Sunday. Bernard Larson was program chairman, Craig Patterson, recreation, John Konke, refreshments, and Shirley Nasby led the Bible challenge. Nobel Prize Worth $41,420 to Priest OSLO, Norway (AP)-The 1958 Nobel Peace Prize check of 214,- :BEN FRANKLIN Miniature "Petal Lite" Lamp Set Tinsel Garland 29c • r I § h I silver finish. 1 - In. strands, 12-ft. long. 3 Vi -In. ploitic top ornament with openwork. Club Thursday. 559.40 Swedish kroner — $41,420 — A pot luck supper preceeded j was presented today to Father Pickett's report and a gift ex- Dominique Georges Pire of Belgium. The Belgian Roman Catholic change was held. If the more than 5,000 golf courses in the U. S. were placed end to end, they would form a 16-lane highway 8,000 miles long. priest will receive the peace prize diploma and the Nobel gold medal at solemn ceremonies Wednesday at Oslo University. 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